Sorry, William Shatner and Harrison Ford. There might be hundreds of action figures of Captain Kirk, Han Solo and Indiana Jones—but you don’t even rate a place in this particular action figure hall of fame. When it comes to playing the most different characters who got an action figure, the prize goes to some other…
Sony is pitching a TV adaptation of 2010's Salt—which has a natural plot for a show but the timing forces me to ask “Why so soon?”
Coming off a monster year at the box office, Universal Studios is hard at work developing their own monsters. Specifically, a huge universe based on Universal Monsters, which will start with The Mummy and expand from there.
Hackers, a 1995 movie starring Angelina Jolie’s haircut, hit theaters exactly two decades ago. Its themes have never been more relevant or concerning to our connected society. Can you remember them? I almost can.
In addition to this glimpse of Maleficent as a warrior princess, concept artist Kimberly Pope's work allows us to get deep into the detail of Maleficent's props, environments, and characters.
Long before Angelina Jolie was starring in Maleficent — even before Hackers — she played a killer cyborg in the movie Cyborg 2. And she recently told an interviewer that watching this scene, in which her cyborg character had her head removed, made her feel "really ill" and puke.
There are plenty of problems with Disney's Maleficence. The pacing. The tone. The CG overload. The weak humor. The tortured backstory. The lack of any real connection to Sleeping Beauty. But you know what? I love this movie. I'm going to buy the DVD and watch it over and over.
There's just a month left until we see Angelina Jolie as the classic Disney supervillain Maleficent — and here's hoping for a fun dollop of weirdness. But it can't possibly be as melancholy and lovely as this new concept art.
The new Maleficent trailer just gave us all sorts of chills. Listen to Lana Del Rey remix the classic Disney love song "Once Upon A Dream" into a eerie tune that promises a lot of problems for Aurora.
I'm going to give those honors to the Polar Express-esque, all-CG, tiny fairy godmothers who flit around to give Princess Aurora her birthdays gifts. I'm going to assume their fairy kingdom is located directly in the uncanny valley, because... eesh.
Here it is, the very first trailer for Disney's Maleficent, the origin story for the biggest, baddest witch in the whole collection of Disney villains. This teaser trailer seems more intent on setting up the Sleeping Beauty story rather than Maleficent's past, but that's okay because Angelina Jolie looks fantastic in…
Behold the first official image of Angelina Jolie as the infamous evil queen from Sleeping Beauty. Maleficent is the "untold story of Disney's most beloved villain, Maleficent, from the 1959 classic Sleeping Beauty. The film reveals the events that hardened her heart and drove her to curse the baby, Aurora."
Yes, it's finally happening! Disney is going to make a movie for the best villain in its animated library: Maleficent. Disney Studios announced that Maleficent will premiere on March 14, 2014. And that can mean only one thing: Time to start photoshopping Jolie into the infamous villain headdress.
Emma Stone breaks down Gwen Stacy, The Amazing Spider-Man's love interest. The gritty Paradise Lost movie hits a snag. Robert Kirkman promises more death on The Walking Dead. Plus Andy Serkis talks the next Planet of the Apes movie!
One of the cardinal rules of Hollywood is that in order to be a very good looking actor, you also have to be very smart. So, we're confused as to why Brangelina seem to be breaking that rule. INTERNET HARD.
This is really weird. Apparently Google Translate seems obsessed with Angelina Jolie. Which, mind you, it's completely understandable. Try the following:
For years, we've been wishing we could have seen Joss Whedon's abortive movie, while Whedon has stayed mum on how he would have handled the Amazon Princess. Now Whedon's explaining his take on Diana... and it's not what we'd expected.
Kurt Wimmer is best known as the writer-director of two paranoid dystopian films, Equilibrium and Ultraviolet. But as writer of Angelina Jolie's new film Salt, out today, he brings the same paranoid sensibility to the here and now. Spoilers ahead!
Angelina Jolie's spy-fi movie, Salt, was originally supposed to star a man. But after she came aboard, Jolie fought to keep her character from turning into a stereotypical femme fatale. We talked to her about busting heads, MacGyvering and more.
Oh, we had us a fine time tweet-lambasting our way through the groundbreakingly rendered missed opportunity, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow. In case you missed it, here's the cream of the crop.